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33 attend Hyzer reunion

The 42nd annual Hyzer was held July 22,2017 at the home of Carl and Michelle Hyzer in St. John’s and was hosted by Dale and Bev Hyzer of Shingleton. There…

Scenes from the Osceola County Fair

Scenes from the Osceola County Fair

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Youngsters test shooting skills at conservation club

Youngsters test shooting skills at conservation club

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola-Mecosta counties Pheasant Forever chapter conducted a kids day event at the Barryton Conservation Club, 10 miles south of the M-66 and US 10 intersection…

Warm weather challenges fishermen

Warm weather challenges fishermen

By John Raffel Correspondent Warmer weather means more challenges for fishermen. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources suggests anglers head out in the early morning or late evening when fish…

Football practices start August 7

Football practices start August 7

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Eagles will be among the several hundreds of football teams across Michigan, who will start their practice seasons on Monday, Aug. 7. Marion will…

Motivating Women To Weld, A Workshop Success In Northwestern Michigan College

Motivating Women To Weld, A Workshop Success In Northwestern Michigan College

The welding industry might be experiencing a workforce crisis soon as many of the skilled workers of the past begin to retire. There simply aren’t enough workers to replace them.…

Police find Evart 4-year-old who was missing for 2 hours

By John Raffel Correspondent The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office handled a missing child and an automobile accident in recent days, according to published media reports. The reports indicated an Evart…

Marion ZBA approves day care center to be located at school

Marion ZBA approves day care center to be located at school

By John Raffel Correspondent The Marion Zoning Board on July 13 approved a zoning permit request by Amber Gage for a day care center at the Marion Elementary School. The…

It’s official – COA now open

It’s official – COA now open

By Aaron J. Michell Correspondent The Osceola County Commission on Aging held its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday evening at its new Marion location. The general public was…

McBain teen building patio to earn Eagle Scout

McBain teen building patio to earn Eagle Scout

By John Raffel Correspondent Matthew Utecht, a Life Scout with Boy Scout Troop 48, is completing his Eagle Scout project this summer, his mother, Danielle Utecht, said. “He will be…